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The Kel Hanan were a Tuareg tribe in Algeria who worshipped "Tin Hinan," also known as "Tihanu," and possibly constructed the Tomb of Tin Hinan.

Summary[]

The Kel Hanan operated a salt mine, south of their village. They were known to have—or at least, to have had—chieftains, as a part of the Tomb of Tin Hinan is called "chieftaintomb" in the map editor, amounting to at least 95 chieftain remains.

Kel Hanan were known to leave behind desert flowers as an offering to Tin Hinan.[citation needed] They were also known to give gift to outsiders, such as with giving Captain Lefevre painted rocks.[citation needed]

They were a skilled crafstpeople, making wicker baskets and boxes, pottery, chandeliers and mortar cups. The Kel Hanan also showed great knowledge of woodwork, creating tables, doors, chairs, fences, cribs, stairs, shelves and ornate patterns. They apparently also made spice boxes and teapots from metal, including brass trays and tables. The Kel Hanan are seen wearing mostly robes, headwraps, and sandals.

Throughout Amnesia: Rebirth, a total of 14 members of the Kel Hanan can be found. Ten of these are in the Aman Tesemt's village hall, dead. The remaining four are found as corpses, one being strapped to a table in the vitae station, the appearance of which is more recent, compared to the others, though moss has started growing on it. The remaining three are found mostly eaten in the roman tunnels.

Aman Tesemt[]

Many of the houses in Aman Tesemt are built from sandstone, with few being built into the surrounding hills, at least one being entirely carved into the hills. A bedouin tent is also found in the village, as well as an amount of bedouin farmer huts. The village has at least one well. Most houses are equipped with a bedouin bed, a wicker basket and box, and a carpet. The village is surrounded by a stone wall.

The equipment of the village seems to consist of both items created by the tribe, as well as items apparently scavenged from elsewhere, such as a wheelbarrow, seemingly taken from the archeological site in the tomb, at least one roman amphora, and a gramophone.


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